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Smaill, Brian
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Booth, Chris
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Cossey, Gillian
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Dictionary in Fiji 2019 Project presentation
Oct 30, 2019
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
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“Only a life lived in the service of others is worth living." – Albert Einstein
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Sumnesh Kumar
October 2
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October 10
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October 31
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Joyti Singh
October 26, 2005
14 years
Auckland Harbourside (Inc)
We meet Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Royal NZ Yacht Squadron
181 Westhaven Drive
Westhaven Marina
Auckland,  1011
New Zealand
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President's Message
Gillian Cossey
Lets get behind Parnell Club to support their project on Rescue Mission for Children on 7th November.
Other News
For all club members that require their personal tickets to the Indian New Year event, could you kindly let Reena know who's has these.  If we could finalise these in the next week that would be great. 
Projects list - 2019_2020
Attached is copy of the latest version of the project list.  Thank you to all of those who have put their hand up to run these projects for for the team supporting them
What's coming up
30/10/2019         Jenny Herring coming to talk on how to fund raise
06/11/2019         Guest speaker - Cyber Security Insurnace
13/11/2019          Project Evening/ Shefali Metha on Interplast
16/11/2019          Indian New Year Function
20/11/2019         No meeting sure to Indian New Year
27/11/2019          Club AGM - New Board of PE Vidya Nand
04/12/2019          Dictionary in Fiji 2019 Project presentation


Polio All Trains_ Tag YOU on Tag POLIO off
Date:                 1st November
Registration:     Individually as well as Club
We can:             Meet the train at the station allocated to our Club or organise and manage a stand at a selected station
Rider must have a t-shirt @ $20.00
Toot toot!! Let’s get on that Train to support End Polio !!
POLIO ALL TRAINS EVENT : Ride a Train to enable others to Walk
October is Polio month with World Polio Day occurring on 24 October 2019.  This is an opportunity for all clubs to raise awareness and funds for the End Polio programme.
Districts 9920/9910 have decided to collaborate to hold an event called Polio All Trains (PAT) on the Auckland Transport Network.  
This is based on the All Stations event held in Sydney in 2018 when $250,000 was raised for End Polio.   
The concept is that a team (dressed in red End Polio apparel) will ride the Auckland Transport (AT) Train Network and at each station visited there will be a local Rotary Club (also dressed in red End Polio apparel) who will symbolically hand over a cheque for the End Polio Campaign to the Polio Team riding the trains.  You may have a fake ‘big cheque’ to use for this occasion.
The photo opportunity will be actioned either at the station/platform but if there is not enough time, the club members will join the train to have the photo opportunity on board and ride for a couple of stations – then return via train to their base station.
Actual funds for polio should be deposited into your district’s appropriate Rotary Foundation account by 8 November 2019 with the reference of [club name] and code [PAT1Nov].
AT have given permission for us to undertake this event and to collect donations from passengers travelling on the trains and at the stations
It is anticipated we will not only raise awareness of the End Polio Campaign but it is also an opportunity for local clubs to promote Rotary and invite interested people to join or engage with their club.
The project team will work with clubs on allocation of stations.  Some stations have been identified for more substantial information stands and require people throughout the event’s duration.
This event will happen on 1 November 2019 and commence at approximately 8am until 6pm.    This is a brief overview of the event with more detail to come.
There will be a timetable of when the train with the Polio Riders will arrive at each club’s designated station.  Rotarians will be able to join the Riders group by registering and this form is also attached.  Riders can ride free on the network as long as they are wearing a red End Polio Shirt.   We suggest each Polio Rider arranges sponsorship from friends and families to raise money whilst they ride the trains at say $1 per station.
We would like to invite your club to participate in this event.   If you are interested please complete the attached Club registration form.  If you would like to be a Train Rider please complete the
Rider Registration form.    Both forms can be returned to  by 29 September 2019.
Cyber Security - presented by Chris Bull
Chris Bull from Crombie Lockwood will be presenting to the club on Wednesday 6th November at 7.30pm.
The topic is Cyber Security Insurance and will cover the below:
Looking forward to seeing everyone there
Rescue Mission for Children
We had Sharon Buckland from Parnel Club come and visit to talk about this wonderful project.  As a club it would be great if we can go along and support them by attending the dinner on Thursday 7th November.
Indian New Year 2019
The main fund raising event of 2019 for the Rotary Club of Harbourside. 
Our major beneficiary this year is a mobile clinic for Nadi, Fiji | Rotary & Ramakrishna Mission.
Come along and support our club in raising funds for this amazing charity.
For tickets please contact:
Harjeet on 021 624 120
Reena on 021 891 303
Interplast Presentation
Shefali will be doing a presentation on Wednesday 13th November at our projects meeting.  Below is a bit of background to what she will be telling us on the night.
The Allied Health Training activity to be held in Kiribati during May 2020 (dates to be confirmed) will run alongside a surgical team visit who are travelling to Kiribati through the generous support of another donor.  This will be the second allied health training activity to Kiribati following an inaugural visit in May 2019.  The program will be delivered at the Tungaru Central Hospital in Tarawa, Kiribati.
During the program, volunteer physiotherapists/ occupational therapists will work alongside the local physiotherapy team to build their skills, knowledge and confidence around providing rehabilitation treatment to patients including those who have presented with burns injuries, lower and upper limb trauma and other surgical conditions related to reconstructive surgery.
The training will be a combination of presentations and workshops together with some peer-based learning where teams will work alongside local physiotherapists in their clinics treating patients.
The generous funding provided by our district will cover flights, accommodation, ground transport, insurances, training equipment and supplies, together with program coordination, monitoring and evaluation costs.
Rotaract Cultural Night - Save the Date
Rotaract Auckland City is turning 15 years in March next year and to celebrate our club diversity we will be hosting a Cultural Night.
This will be held on the 7th of March and more details will follow soon.